PTST Staff-Wide 7-Round NFL Mock Draft

PTST Staff-Wide 7-Round NFL Mock Draft

by April 20, 2020 0 comments

Prime Time Sports Talk’s staff came together to create a seven-round mock draft ahead of the NFL Draft in April.

Before we dive into the picks, here is a breakdown of who controlled each team:

Arizona Cardinals:

Paul DeAngelis

Dallas Cowboys:

Jayton Washington

Las Vegas Raiders:

John Devereaux

New York Jets:

Yehuda Schwartz and Andersen Pickard

Atlanta Falcons:

Celeste Sabin

Denver Broncos:

John Devereaux

Los Angeles Chargers:

Kyle O’Connell

Philadelphia Eagles:

Jordan Leandre

Baltimore Ravens:

Ryan Potts

Detroit Lions:

John Devereaux

Los Angeles Rams:

Andersen Pickard

Pittsburgh Steelers:

Jarrett Bailey

Buffalo Bills:

Jordan Leandre

Green Bay Packers:

Anthony Miller

Miami Dolphins:

Yehuda Schwartz and Andersen Pickard

San Francisco 49ers:

Celeste Sabin

Carolina Panthers:

Patrick Champion

Houston Texans:

Anthony Miller

Minnesota Vikings:

David Taylor

Seattle Seahawks:

Andersen Pickard

Chicago Bears:

David Taylor

Indianapolis Colts:

Andersen Pickard

New England Patriots:

Jordan Moore

Tampa Bay Buccaneers:

Ken Grant

Cincinnati Bengals:

Kyle Porch

Jacksonville Jaguars:

Celeste Sabin

New Orleans Saints:

Chris Totaro

Tennessee Titans:

Patrick Champion

Cleveland Browns:

John Devereaux

Kansas City Chiefs:

Liz Pendergraft

New York Giants:
Chris Reiss and Andersen Pickard
Washington Redskins:

Kyle Porch

And without further ado, the results:

No. 1: Bengals select Joe Burrow, QB, Louisiana State 

This has been a lock for several months. Joe Burrow is going to be a Bengal.

No. 2: Redskins select Chase Young, EDGE, Ohio State

Also a near lock, Young heads to D.C. to solidify a Redskins defensive unit that could be surprisingly scary.

No. 3: Lions select Jeffrey Okudah, CB, Ohio State

Unbelievably nimble, Okudah heads to Detroit with his sights set on terrorizing opposing quarterbacks.

No. 4: Giants select Tristan Wirfs, OL, Iowa

The Giants snag a mobile big man to protect fellow youngster Daniel Jones.

No. 5: Dolphins select Tua Tagovailoa, QB, Alabama

The Dolphins get the guy they’ve been linked to for several years now.

No. 6: Chargers select Justin Herbert, QB, Oregon

Things fall into place for the Chargers to snag their next franchise quarterback.

No. 7: Panthers select Derrick Brown, DL, Auburn

An explosive lineman joins a suddenly competitive NFC South division as he prepares to wreak havoc.

No. 8: Cardinals select Mekhi Becton, OL, Louisville

Mekhi Becton is an absolute truck. Congratulations, Arizona.

No. 9: Jaguars select C.J. Henderson, CB, Florida

The Jaguars begin their defensive rebuild with a cornerback who rarely makes mistakes.

No. 10: Browns select Isaiah Simmons, LB, Clemson

The top linebacker in the draft falls right into the Browns’ laps, setting up a strong defense for years to come.

No. 11: Jets select Jerry Jeudy, WR, Alabama

New York gets an elusive wideout to pair with a fellow speed demon in Breshad Perriman.

No. 12: Raiders select CeeDee Lamb, WR, Oklahoma

The Raiders are welcomed to Las Vegas with the selection of this intelligent and talented receiver.

No. 13: 49ers select D’Andre Swift, RB, Georgia

This Georgia product sneaks his way into the middle of the first round thanks to his bizarre athleticism.

No. 14: Buccaneers select Andrew Thomas, OL, Georgia

One of the best linemen in the draft heads south to protect Tom Brady.

No. 15: Broncos select Jedrick Wills, OL, Alabama

Arguably the draft’s top pass protector heads out west to protect Drew Lock.

No. 16: Falcons select K’Lavon Chaisson, LB, Louisiana State

This LSU product has ridiculous explosiveness and energy. Falcons fans will love this pick.

No. 17: Cowboys select Kenneth Murray, LB, Oklahoma

Murray brings immense range and energy to Dallas as the Cowboys look to replace Sean Lee.

No. 18: Dolphins select Xavier McKinney, S, Alabama

A versatile player, McKinney is a smooth safety with a high IQ.

No. 19: Raiders select Henry Ruggs III, WR, Alabama

The Raiders spend both first-round picks on receivers, landing an absolute speed demon here.

No. 20: Jaguars select Laviska Shenault, Jr., WR, Colorado

Shenault owns a smooth glide and impressive IQ, making him a good fit for Jacksonville’s young offense.

No. 21: Eagles select Patrick Queen, LB, Louisiana State

Among Queen’s many talents, he holds one of the best football IQs in the entire draft class.

No. 22: Vikings select Justin Jefferson, WR, Louisiana State

Minnesota had no choice but to pursue a receiver here. They end up getting a national champion with immense talent.

No. 23: Patriots select Jalen Hurts, QB, Oklahoma

The Patriots quickly find their next franchise quarterback in this mobile Oklahoma signal-caller.

No. 24: Saints select Kristian Fulton, CB, Louisiana State

One of the top players in the draft, this impressive pass defender fell into the Saints’ laps.

No. 25: Vikings select Zack Baun, EDGE, Wisconsin

The Vikings waste no time in bolstering their defense with this explosive pass-rusher.

No. 26: Dolphins select Yetur Gross-Matos, EDGE, Penn State

The Dolphins use another pick on defense by snagging a big-bodied rusher.

No. 27: Seahawks select Cesar Ruiz, OL, Michigan

The best center in this draft, Ruiz heads out west to protect a potential MVP quarterback in Russell Wilson.

No. 28: Ravens select Javon Kinlaw, DL, South Carolina

No analysis is needed here. On the other hand, can someone explain how Kinlaw fell this far?

No. 29: Titans select Justin Madubuike, DL, Texas A&M

While not a big name, Madubuike’s ability to split gaps makes his presence felt on the field.

No. 30: Packers select K.J. Hamler, WR, Penn State

The Packers waste no time in adding an explosive wideout to Aaron Rodgers‘s repertoire.

No. 31: 49ers select Terrell Lewis, EDGE, Alabama

Lewis is less of a pass-rusher and more of a big-bodied destructor; he will gladly thwart your play with his large wingspan.

No. 32: Chiefs select A.J. Epenesa, EDGE, Iowa

Full of power and athleticism, Epenesa lands with the reigning champs.

No. 33: Bengals select Thaddeus Moss, TE, Lousiana State

A terrific pass-catcher with a big body, Moss lands with the Bengals to continue hauling in throws from Joe Burrow.

No. 34: Colts select Jacob Eason, QB, Washington

A signal-caller with a strong and accurate arm, Eason could be the Colts’ next franchise quarterback.

No. 35: Lions select Malik Harrison, LB, Ohio State

The Lions add another physical defensive player who can wreak havoc.

No. 36: Giants select Grant Delpit, S, Louisiana State

Once projected to be a top-10 pick, this defensive animal instantly boosts the Giants’ defense.

No. 37: Chargers select Josh Jones, OL, Houston

The Chargers protect their rookie quarterback with a rookie lineman who has a fabulous build.

No. 38: Panthers select A.J. Terrell, CB, Clemson

The Panthers continue to build their defense by selecting this talented athlete with quick feet.

No. 39: Dolphins select Clyde Edwards-Helaire, RB, Louisiana State

A smart and elusive back who reads plays before they happen, this LSU product should be an immediate starter in Miami.

No. 40: Texans select Damon Arnette, CB, Ohio State

A balanced cornerback with smooth footwork, Arnette will slot in nicely in Houston.

No. 41: Browns select Lucas Niang, OL, Texas Christian

Niang is an athletic and big-bodied lineman who should be able to protect Baker Mayfield.

No. 42: Jaguars select WR Tee Higgins, WR, Clemson

Athletic and big, Higgins should slot in as one of Gardner Minshew‘s favorite targets.

No. 43: Bears select Trevon Diggs, CB, Alabama

A beast in zone coverage, Diggs finds himself in a Chicago defense that was already frightening.

No. 44: Colts select Ross Blacklock, DL, Texas Christian

One of the top defensive tackles in the draft, Blacklock has explosiveness and a large build to help him terrorize opposing signal-callers.

No. 45: Buccaneers select Denzel Mims, WR, Baylor

Already donning two star wideouts, the Bucs select another explosive youngster as they provide more weapons for Brady.

No. 46: Broncos select Brandon Aiyuk, WR, Arizona State

The Broncos waited to select a wide receiver and it paid off as they manage to land this big-play threat midway through the second round.

No. 47: Falcons select Bryan Edwards, WR, South Carolina

A physical and aggressive wideout, Edwards finds himself joining a wide receiver corps that is already scary.

No. 48: Jets select Isaiah Wilson, OL, Georgia

The Jets fortify their O-line with this big-bodied and explosive Georgia product.

No. 49: Steelers select J.K. Dobbins, RB, Ohio State

Donning a high IQ, Dobbins falls to the middle of the second round where the Steelers select him to complement James Conner.

No. 50: Bears select Jonah Jackson, OL, Ohio State

With awareness that is hard to replicate, this Ohio State guard will be tasked with protecting Mitchell Trubisky or Nick Foles.

No. 51: Cowboys select Noah Igbinoghene, CB, Auburn

Despite playing just two seasons as a cornerback, Igbinoghene has true athleticism that makes him a beast in the secondary.

No. 52: Rams select Lloyd Cushenberry III, OL, Louisiana State

A force in the trenches, Cushenberry will provide Jared Goff with protection thanks to his large body and impressive length.

No. 53: Eagles select Jeff Gladney, CB, Texas Christian

Donning the best footwork out of every cornerback in the draft, Gladney heads to Philly.

No. 54: Bills select Matt Hennessy, OL, Alabama

The Bills fortify their offensive line with a smart and versatile big man.

No. 55: Ravens select Jalen Reagor, WR, Texas Christian

Reagor will be a solid weapon at Lamar Jackson‘s disposal thanks to his ability to create space and build big plays.

No. 56: Dolphins select Austin Jackson, OL, South Carolina

With what seems to be a spring-loaded first step, Jackson uses his speed to get into position before opposing defenders even stand up.

No. 57: Rams select Julian Okwara, EDGE, Notre Dame

Flexible and smart, Okwara will rejuvenate the Rams’ defense as a pass-rusher.

No. 58: Vikings select Antoine Winfield, Jr., S, Minnesota

Winfield’s instincts and IQ keep him in Minnesota as he lands with the Vikings.

No. 59: Seahawks select Neville Gallimore, DL, Oklahoma

A beast when it comes to pushing through gaps, Gallimore has a high IQ and power that make him a scary force on defense.

No. 60: Ravens select Raekwon Davis, OL, Temple

A big-bodied and powerful lineman, Davis’s work in the trenches will help Lamar Jackson in his junior season.

No. 61: TItans select Cameron Dantzler, CB, Mississippi State

Dantzler’s ability to read plays and initiate routes before they transpire is very valuable.

No. 62: Packers select Jordan Love, QB, Utah State

The Packers draft Aaron Rodgers‘s future successor in this athletic and physical Utah State product.

No. 63: Chiefs select Jaylon Johnson, CB, Utah

Long and athletic, Johnson is a beast in coverage and should contribute nicely to the reigning champs.

No. 64: Seahawks select Bryce Hall, CB, Virginia

Hall is very physical with a valuable IQ and terrific ball skills.

No. 65: Bengals select Davon Hamilton, DL, Ohio State

Big and powerful, opposing linemen will have trouble standing strong when Hamilton tries to pound through.

No. 66: Redskins select Cam Akers, RB, Florida State

A powerful running back who can make cuts on the fly, Akers adds to Washington’s young offense.

No. 67: Lions select Jonathan Taylor, RB, Wisconsin

A big-bodied running back, Taylor has fabulous power and a great impact in the backfield.

No. 68: Jets select Prince Tega Wanogho, OL, Auburn

Athletic with big length, Wanogho finds himself on a Jets team as the second O-lineman they have selected.

No. 69: Panthers select James Lynch, DL, Baylor

A sack king, Lynch’s production is fabulous and he will likely be vying for a starting role out of camp.

No. 70: Dolphins select Robert Hunt, OL, Louisiana

With power that is hard to come by, Hunt can be relied on to stand strong in the trenches.

No. 71: Chargers select Akeem Davis-Gaither, LB, Appalachian State

Davis-Gaither has great quickness and a high football IQ.

No. 72: Cardinals select Curtis Weaver, EDGE, Boise State

Weaver’s quickness and hands make him a scary pass-rushing threat.

No. 73: Jaguars select John Simpson, OL, Clemson

Another lineman with strength and power, Simpson will be tasked with protecting Gardner Minshew in his sophomore season.

No. 74: Browns select Kyle Dugger, S, Lenoir-Rhyne

Dugger is explosive with an impressive wingspan; his presence will be felt in Cleveland as soon as he arrives.

No. 75: Colts select Cole Kmet, TE, Notre Dame

A two-sport athlete, Kmet possesses ball skills that will make him an instant favorite with Frank Reich and Philip Rivers.

No. 76: Buccaneers select Jeremy Chinn, S, Southern Illinois

An all-around beast with great physical traits, Chinn is a force to be reckoned with in the secondary.

No. 77: Broncos select Tony Pride, Jr., CB, Notre Dame

Pride has terrific footwork and is a clingy cornerback who is terrific in man coverage.

No. 78: Falcons select Michael Pittman, Jr., WR, South California

Pittman has great hands and will never stop fighting for the football until he hears the whistle.

No. 79: Jets select Saahdiq Charles, OL, Louisiana State

Charles is swift and smooth; his presence will certainly be felt with the Jets.

No. 80: Raiders select Troy Dye, LB, Oregon

Dye will make an instant impact with great range and athleticism.

No. 81: Raiders select Amik Robertson, CB, Louisiana Tech

Robertson is a fearless cornerback with great ball skills; he will never give up on a play no matter where he is on the field.

No. 82: Cowboys select Ezra Cleveland, OT, Boise State

Cleveland has good mobility but often gets overpowered by opposing linemen.

No. 83: Broncos select Jordyn Brooks, LB, Texas Tech

While he struggles in man coverage, Brooks has size and speed on his side.

No. 84: Rams select Ashtyn Davis, S, California

A rangy safety, Davis is a reliable threat when defending against the pass.

No. 85: Lions select Josh Uche, EDGE, Michigan

With his burst and flexibility, Uche could become an instant favorite in Detroit.

No. 86: Bills select Quartney Davis, WR, Texas A&M

A route-runner with great footwork, Davis will surely be a favorite target of Josh Allen.

No. 87: Patriots select Jonathan Greenard, EDGE, Florida

Greenard possesses determination and grit along with a sixth sense that allows him to be a beast when rushing the quarterback.

No. 88: Saints select Tyler Biadasz, OL, Wisconsin

Biadasz has a high IQ and terrific power, both of which will be very valuable in New Orleans.

No. 89: Vikings select Marlon Davidson, DL, Auburn

A rocket out of his stance, Davidson almost always has a first-step advantage over offensive linemen.

No. 90: Texans select Donovan Peoples-Jones, WR, Michigan

Peoples-Jones has a beautiful blend of several skills, making him equipped for almost any situation on offense.

No. 91: Raiders select Jabari Zuniga, EDGE, Florida

Strength and effort are Zuniga’s top traits; he’s a force to be reckoned with on defense.

No. 92: Ravens select Chase Claypool, WR, Notre Dame

Much like Peoples-Jones, Claypool has size and a good blend of skills that make him a balanced threat.

No. 93: Titans select Lamical Perine, RB, Florida

Perine lacks elusiveness but can often shred through defenders with his top-notch power.

No. 94: Packers select Brycen Hopkins, TE, Purdue

Hopkins is an excellent route-runner which makes it easy for his quarterbacks to hit him in stride.

No. 95: Broncos select Bradlee Anae, DE, Utah

Anae possesses great effort and passion that coaches love and opponents hate.

No. 96: Chiefs select Damien Lewis, OL, Louisiana State

Another powerful lineman, Lewis heads to the reigning champs as he looks to protect the league’s best quarterback.

No. 97: Browns select Ben Bredeson, OL, Michigan

Bredeson has underrated power and a solid frame.

No. 98: Patriots select Van Jefferson, WR, Florida

One of the best route runners in the draft, Jefferson will serve as another weapon for Jalen Hurts.

No. 99: Giants select Willie Gay, Jr., LB, Mississippi State

Gay will fight for a starting role with his physicality and explosiveness.

No. 100: Patriots select Adam Trautman, TE, Dayton

With great physical traits, Trautman isn’t the best pass-catcher but rather a solid blocker.

No. 101: Seahawks select Logan Wilson, LB, Wyoming

Excellent trigger and response make up Wilson, who will be an exciting defender in Seattle.

No. 102: Steelers select Darrell Taylor, EDGE, Tennessee

An excellent athlete with strength and burst, Taylor is a pass-rusher with scary good ability. (Look out, AFC North quarterbacks.)

No. 103: Eagles select Zack Moss, RB, Utah

A physical running back with elusiveness, Moss slots into a crowded backfield that needs a clear leader.

No. 104: Rams select Antonio Gibson, RB, Memphis

Gibson is a versatile running back who can make an impact in both the air and ground games.

No. 105: Vikings select Matthew Peart, OT, Connecticut

Peart has a great frame and is able to hold his own in the trenches.

No. 106: Ravens select Hunter Bryant, TE, Washington

Bryant is versatile with great ball skills that make him look like a wide receiver.

No. 107: Bengals select Tanner Muse, S, Clemson

The Bengals open the fourth round by landing a versatile safety out of Clemson.

No. 108: Redskins select K.J. Hill, WR, Ohio State

Hill is smooth when running routes, both before and after the catch.

No. 109: Lions select Jake Fromm, QB, Georgia

Matthew Stafford‘s successor has arrived in the form of a Georgia product who is calm and reliable in the pocket.

No. 110: Giants select Evan Weaver, LB, California

Weaver is a beast of a competitor with drive and passion that stands out among his peers.

No. 111: Texans select Geno Stone, S, Iowa

Donning natural feet and a high IQ, Stone joins the Texans amidst their defensive restructuring.

No. 112: Chargers select Calvin Throckmorton, OL, Georgia

A true technician, Throckmorton is versatile with a high football IQ.

No. 113: Panthers select Michael Onwenu, OL, Michigan

Compact and aware, Onwenu can be a beast in tight spaces with great footwork and power.

No. 114: Cardinals select Shane Lemieux, OL, Oregon

Lemieux is powerful and stands out in the run game with his solid blocking.

No. 115: Browns select K’Von Wallace, S, Clemson

Wallace is a versatile and physical safety who can be a true impact player.

No. 116: Jaguars select Michael Ojemudia, CB, Iowa

Ojemudia’s best trait is clearly his awareness as he has great instincts and is often in the right place at the right time.

No. 117: Buccaneers select Ben Bartch, OT, St. John’s

Bartch impresses with his great footwork and mobility.

No. 118: Broncos select Quintez Cephus, WR, Wisconsin

Cephus possesses a great frame, powerful ball skills, and impressive route running talents.

No. 119: Falcons select Khalid Kareem, EDGE, Notre Dame

Long and powerful with great extension, Kareem will be a powerful threat in Atlanta.

No. 120: Jets select Anthony McFarland, RB, Maryland

With top-notch elusiveness and acceleration, McFarland will be a valuable weapon for the Jets.

No. 121: Raiders select Anfernee Jennings, EDGE, Alabama

Jennings’s great hands and powerful processing make him a great pick for the Raiders.

No. 122: Colts select Netane Muti, OL, Fresno

Muti is tenacious with relentless power and mobility.

No. 123: Cowboys select Nick Harris, OL, Washington

Harris lacks in length, but he has made up for that by blocking in space and being very mobile.

No. 124: Steelers select Tyler Johnson, WR, Minnesota

Johnson has great ball skills with immense value in contested plays.

No. 125: Patriots select Terrell Burgess, S, Utah

Burgess is smooth and fluid with proven excellence in man coverage.

No. 126: Rams select Devin Duvernay, WR, Texas

With speed, hands, and athleticism, Duvernay is a steal here.

No. 127: Eagles select Collin Johnson, WR, Texas

A big and physical wideout, Johnson could move to tight end in the NFL.

No. 128: Bills select Justin Strnad, LB, Wake Forest

Strnad has made great progress in just a few years and will be an impact player in Buffalo.

No. 129: Ravens select Kenny Willekes, EDGE, Michigan State

Willekes is a versatile rusher who gives full effort play in and play out.

No. 130: Saints select Jauan Jennings, WR, Tennessee

The Saints bolster their receiving corps with an explosive and reliable target.

No. 131: Cardinals select Albert Okwuegbunam, TE, Mississippi

Athletic, versatile, and speedy, Okwuegbunam is a great fit for Arizona despite their fairly crowded receiving corps.

No. 132: Vikings select Larrell Murchison, DL, North Carolina State

Explosive and aggressive, Murchison gives his full effort on every play.

No. 133: Seahawks select John Hightower, WR, Boise State

With speed and yard after catch potential, Hightower will be a threat on check-downs and jet sweeps.

No. 134: Ravens select Alex Highsmith, EDGE, Charlotte

Highsmith has a powerful motor and excellent anticipation, making him a great threat on defense.

No. 135: Steelers select Tyre Phillips, OL, Mississippi State

With immense size and power, Phillips can be an impact player in the trenches.

No. 136: Packers select Hakeem Adeniji, OL, Kansas

Reliable and big, Adeniji could gain a starting role midway through the season and never look back.

No. 137: Jaguars select Devin Asiasi, TE, UCLA

Balanced as both a receiver and blocker, Asiasi will have value in Jacksonville.

No. 138: Chiefs select Joe Reed, WR, Virginia

Versatile and speedy, Reed has the vision to break free from defenders and make a big play.

No. 139: Buccaneers select Eno Benjamin, RB, Arizona State

Benjamin goes all out for every play but still has strong body control.

No. 140: Jaguars select Gabriel Davis, WR, Central Florida

Davis has a great frame with good height and length; he is also successful in hauling in deep passes.

No. 141: Dolphins select David Woodward, LB, Utah State

Woodward is smart and disciplined, so while he isn’t flashy, he is reliable and makes the right plays at the right times.

No. 142: Redskins select A.J. Dillon, RB, Boston College

Dillon has size and power and does a great job shredding tackles.

No. 143: Falcons select D.J. Wonnum, EDGE, South Carolina

Wonnum is persistent, which is a good trait considering he doesn’t always split the first gap he sees.

No. 144: Seahawks select James Morgan, QB, Florida International

Quickly climbing up draft rankings, Morgan has a sturdy frame with a cannon of an arm.

No. 145: Eagles select Antonio Gandy-Golden, WR, Liberty

Gandy-Golden does a great job getting open and hauling in tricky passes.

No. 146: Eagles select Antoine Brooks, Jr., S, Maryland

Brooks is a physical safety with a strong frame, making him a good fit in Philadelphia.

No. 147: Bengals select Alohi Gilman, S, Notre Dame

Smart and aggressive, Gilman should have a positive presence in Cincinnati.

No. 148: Panthers select Darnell Mooney, WR, Tulane

Donning speed and explosiveness, Mooney could become one of Teddy Bridgewater‘s favorite targets.

No. 149: Lions select Harrison Hand, CB, Temple 

Hand is physical with grit and toughness that allow him to be a force in the secondary.

No. 150: Giants select Quez Watkins, WR, Southern Mississippi

Composed yet explosive, Watkins joins the bottom of a crowded receiving corps.

No. 151: Chargers select Kalija Lipscomb, WR, Vanderbilt

Lipscomb will aid whoever the Chargers’ quarterback is by using his polished route running and high football IQ.

No. 152: Panthers select James Smith-Williams, EDGE, North Carolina State

Smith-Williams has the power and length necessary to be a solid pass-rusher.

No. 153: Dolphins select James Proche, WR, Southern Methodist

With great ball skills, James Proche is talented when it comes to getting open and hauling in tough passes.

No. 154: Dolphins select Darnay Holmes, CB, UCLA

Holmes has speed and great awareness; he should slot in nicely as defensive depth.

No. 155: Vikings select Colby Parkinson, TE, Stanford

With great ball skills, Parkinson joins a tight end room with veteran Kyle Rudolph and sophomore Irv Smith, Jr.

No. 156: 49ers select Ke’Shawn Vaughn, RB, Vanderbilt

Vaughn is a promising prospect with solid footwork and decisiveness.

No. 157: Ravens select Lynn Bowden, Jr., WR, Kentucky

A jack of all trades, Bowden doesn’t stand out with any strengths or weaknesses.

No. 158: Jets select Josiah Deguara, TE, Cincinnati

Deguara is a tough guy with talent in both the blocking and passing games.

No. 159: Raiders select Isaiah Hodgins, WR, Cincinnati

Hodgins is a strong wideout with great hands and ball skills; he also excels when it comes to breaking tackles.

No. 160: Colts select Isaiah Coulter, WR, Rhode Island

Coulter is a balanced wideout and reliable weapon with his size, speed, and balance.

No. 161: Buccaneers select Bravvion Roy, DT, Baylor

Roy has a large frame and impressive power, adding to the Bucs’ strong defensive presence.

No. 162: Redskins select Nick Coe, EDGE, Auburn

Coe has length and an overall strong frame, but he won’t be competing with Chase Young for a starting job.

No. 163: Bears select Jordan Fuller, S, Ohio State

Fuller is a physical safety with a decent frame. This is another solid defensive pick-up for the Bears.

No. 164: Cowboys select Essang Bassey, CB, Wake Forest

Bassey has good awareness as well as strong ball and coverage skills.

No. 165: Jaguars select Logan Stenberg, OL, Kentucky

The Jaguars will employ this powerful and physical lineman to protect Gardner Minshew.

No. 166: Lions select Alex Taylor, OL, South Carolina State

Long, athletic, and mobile, Taylor could slot in nicely as a starter down the road.

No. 167: Bills select Anthony Gordon, QB, Washington State

A pocket passer, Gordon has a fabulous delivery and will serve as a reliable back-up to Josh Allen.

No. 168: Eagles select Myles Bryant, CB, Washington

With explosiveness and accurate timing, Bryant should be able to make an impact down the road.

No. 169: Saints select Shaquille Quarterman, LB, Miami

Quarterman uses his physicality and intensity to wreak havoc on defense.

No. 170: Jaguars select Reggie Robinson II, CB, Tulsa

The Jaguars continue the restructuring on defense with this tall cornerback.

No. 171: Texans select Kenny Robinson, S, West Virginia

With great overall ball skills, Robinson can be relied on to track down almost any pass.

No. 172: Patriots select Jake Hanson, OL, Oregon

Strong and smart, Hanson is often able to hold his own in the trenches.

No. 173: Dolphins select Rashard Lawrence, DL, Louisiana State

Physical and tough, Lawrence will be a nice depth addition to Miami’s defense.

No. 174: Titans select Khalil Tate, QB, Arizona

Athletic and mobile, Tate also has a good arm and couldbe Ryan Tannehill‘s future successor.

No. 175: Packers select Justin Herron, OL, Wake Forest

Herron is best in the passing game with length and mobility on his side.

No. 176: 49ers select Binjimen Victor, WR, Ohio State

Victor’s size and corresponding catch radius make him a go-to target.

No. 177: Chiefs select Brandon Jones, S, Texas

Physical and aggressive, Jones also excels in the tackling game.

No. 178: Broncos select Harrison Bryant, TE, Florida Atlantic

A solid route runner, Bryant is a big receiver but can still find separation when necessary.

No. 179: Cowboys select Dalton Keene, TE, Virginia Tech

Extremely verstile, Keene can be used in various positions on the field as a blocker or receiver.

No. 180: Bengals select Jacob Phillips, LB, Louisiana State

What Phillips lacks in IQ, he makes up for with speed and aggressiveness during his pursuits.

No. 181: Broncos select Leki Fotu, DL, Uath

Explosive and powerful, Fotu uses his quickness to burst through gaps in the offensive line.

No. 182: Lions select Jacob Breeland, TE, Oregon

Breeland isn’t the best blocker but in the passing game, he uses speed and ball skills to his advantage.

No. 183: Giants select Josiah Scott, CB, Michigan State

With quick footwork and tight coverage, Scott has a promising future.

No. 184: Panthers select Jason Strowbridge, DL, North Carolina

Best when defending against the run, Strowbridge provides the Panthers with even more depth in the trenches.

No. 185: Dolphins select K.J. Osborn, WR, Miami

A solid leader, Osborn has the speed to break through coverage and haul in deep passes.

No. 186: Chargers select DeeJay Williams, RB, Miami

Williams is impressive in the backfield with a great frame and football IQ.

No. 187: Browns select Darryl Williams, OL, Mississippi

Williams is a gritty lineman with a high IQ; he should provide Cleveland with solid depth.

No. 188: Bills select Robert Landers, DL, Ohio State

Landers’s best trait is his explosiveness, which he uses to get beat opposing linemen early and often.

No. 189: Jaguars select Jack Driscoll, OL, Auburn

The Jaguars add another offensive lineman in Driscoll, who is fluid and mobile in the trenches.

No. 190: Eagles select Rodrigo Blankenship, K, Georgia

The Eagles take the best kicker in the draft in Blankenship, who has a strong leg and is well-rounded.

No. 191: Jets select McTelvin Agim, DL, Arkansas

Agim’s speed and length allow him to challenge opposing linemen.

No. 192: Packers select Markus Bailey, LB, Purdue

Physical and smart, Bailey would be a Day 2 pick if it weren’t for his injury history.

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No. 193: Colts select Julian Blackmon, S, Utah

Versatile and reliable, Blackmon uses his size and speed to cover the secondary.

No. 194: Buccaneers select Deondre Francois, QB, Hampton

Francois pairs his rocket arm and strong pocket awareness with his ability to break out and scramble.

No. 195: Patriots select Mykal Walker, LB, Fresno State

Versatile and smart, Walker will provide the Patriots with depth on defense.

No. 196: Bears select Jared Pinkney, TE, Vanderbilt

The Bears already have nine tight ends on their roster and will add a 10th in Pinkney, a talented blocker who struggles in the passing game.

No. 197: Colts select Pop Lacey, S, New Hampshire

Strong and versatile, Lacey is a bit of a reach but a solid depth grab with the Colts’ final pick.

No. 198: Steelers select Jonathan Garvin, EDGE, Miami

Garvin possesses great size and fluidity and will be a reliable depth pass-rusher.

No. 199: Rams select Charlie Taumoepeau, TE, Portland State

While versatile, Taumoepeau is better in the passing game where he has great ball skills and can accumulate yards after catch.

No. 200: Bears select Khalil Davis, DL, Nebraska

Speedy and driven, Davis can be relied on to never give up on a play.

No. 201: Vikings select Keith Ismael, OL, San Diego State

Ismael has an all-around great football IQ, but he excels in reading the defense before the snap.

No. 202: Cardinals select Jordan Mack, LB, Virginia

Mack is a well-rounded linebacker with solid aggressiveness.

No. 203: Saints select Nigel Warrior, S, Tennessee

Versatile and physical, Warrior provides the Saints with depth in the secondary.

No. 204: Patriots select Javelin Guidry, CB, Utah

Speedy and mobile, Guidry also dons a sticky trait that makes him excellent in coverage.

No. 205: Vikings select Darrynton Evans, RB, Appalachian State

Shifty and elusive, Evans will provide the Vikings with solid depth in the backfield.

No. 206: Jaguars select Aaron Parker, WR, Rhode Island

Parker is great in coverage, consistently winning contested challenges.

No. 207: Bills select Myles Dorn, S, North Carolina

Dorn’s quick trigger and smooth feet will provide the Bills with solid safety depth.

No. 208: Packers select J.J. Taylor, RB, Arizona

Athletic and confident, Taylor uses his quick feet to be a force in the backfield.

No. 209: Packers select Raequan Williams, DL, Michigan State

A beast against the run, Williams has the drive and potential to be a future starter.

No. 210: 49ers select Joshua Kelley, RB, UCLA

The 49ers add yet another running back in this physical and driven UCLA product.

No. 211: Jets select Jake Luton, QB, Oregon

Luton has poor accuracy but he (somewhat) makes up for that with his excellent pocket presence and awareness.

No. 212: Patriots select Charlie Heck, OT, North Carolina

Lengthy and mobile, the Patriots will rely on Heck to move around the trenches.

No. 213: Patriots select Tyler Bass, K, Georgia Southern

The second-best kicker in the draft, Bass will be tasked with replacing Stephen Gostkowski.

No. 214: Seahawks select Carter Coughlin, EDGE, Minnesota

Speedy and productive, Coughlin often beats opposing linemen with a quick first step.

No. 215: Bengals select Shaun Bradley, LB, Temple

Quick and strong in coverage, Bradley also has the ability to shoot through gaps.

No. 216: Redskins select Darius Anderson, RB, Texas Christian

Anderson has a good balance of quickness and strength, allowing him to stay on his feet even when being tackled.

No. 217: 49ers select Trevis Gipson, EDGE, Tulsa

With length and flexibility, Gipson is a force to be reckoned with.

No. 218: Giants select Benito Jones, DL, Ole Miss

Jones is a strong lineman who can fight his way through gaps.

No. 219: Vikings select John Reid, CB, Penn State

Quick and fluid, Reid has the ability to move around the secondary and cling onto receivers.

No. 220: Chargers select Chris Williamson, CB, Minnesota

Aggressive and physical, Williamson is a feisty and clingy cornerback who wins battles.

No. 221: Panthers select Benjamin LeMay, RB, Charlotte

Lemay has good vision and an impressive ability to break tackles.

No. 222: Cardinals select Michael Divinity, Jr., LB, Louisiana State

Length is the best trait for Divinity, who could be impactful down the road.

No. 223: Jaguars select Patrick Taylor, Jr., RB, Memphis

With drive and effort, Taylor has the skills to be a solid third-down back, especially if Leonard Fournette is traded.

No. 224: Titans select Tyrie Cleveland, WR, Florida

A balanced and poised wideout, Cleveland could be transformed into a reliable deep threat.

No. 225: Ravens select A.J. Green, CB, Oklahoma State

Physical and athletic, Green will never give up on a play.

No. 226: Bears select Terence Steele, OT, Texas Tech

A great blocker, Steele has impressive length and provides the Bears with solid depth.

No. 227: Dolphins select Tipa Galea’i, EDGE, Utah State

Galea’i possesses good athleticism and short-area quickness.

No. 228: Falcons select Nevelle Clarke, CB, Central Florida

With long arms, good footwork, and a high IQ, Clarke is an extremely underrated cornerback.

No. 229: Redskins select Cheyenne O’Grady, TE, Arkansas

A decent blocker and smart receiver, O’Grady is worthy of a shot with the Redskins, who lack a clear starter at tight end.

No. 230: Patriots select J.R. Reed, S, Georgia

Reed is a physical safety who is also an excellent tackler.

No. 231: Cowboys select James Robinson, RB, Illinois State

A hard-worker with good balance, Robinson would add depth to a talented Dallas backfield.

No. 232: Steelers select Dane Jackson, CB, Pitt

Competitive and talented, Jackson will provide Pittsburgh with depth in the secondary.

No. 233: Bears select Davion Taylor, LB, Colorado

With good range and potential in coverage, Taylor has a promising future ahead of him.

No. 234: Rams select Dominik Eberle, K, Utah State

Eberle is a dominant kicker who has the strongest leg in this year’s draft.

No. 235: Lions select LaVert Hill, CB, Michigan

Feisty and aggressive, Hill is a solid depth choice for the Lions.

No. 236: Packers select Jon Runyan, OT, Michigan

Strong and smart, Runyan can be a reliable guy in the trenches.

No. 237: Titans select Larry Rountree III, RB, Missouri

Rountree had a great season in 2019 and could be a future starter in Tennessee.

No. 238: Giants select Kendall Coleman, EDGE, Syracuse

Coleman has great technique and timing and could be a future beast in New York.

No. 239: Bills select Braden Mann, P, Texas A&M

The top punter in this draft, Mann adds a strong leg to the Buffalo special teams unit.

No. 240: Texans select Freddie Swain, WR, Florida

Swain is a fluid receiver with great burst.

No. 241: Patriots select Lawrence Cager, WR, Georgia

Cager is a big-bodied wideout with ball skills that stand out.

No. 242: Packers select Samuel Sloman, K, Miami (Ohio)

Sloman is a talented kicker but likely won’t secure a roster spot over Mason Crosby.

No. 243: Titans select Tommy Townsend, P, Florida

Another talented punter, Townsend could pursue a starting role but will likely fall short to Brett Kern.

No. 244: Browns select Garrett Marino, DL, Alabama-Birmingham

With speed and energy, Marino can be a scary beast in the trenches.

No. 245: 49ers select Lamar Jackson, CB, Nebraska

Jackson possesses excellent length and athleticism, making him a candidate to survive the mid-summer roster cuts.

No. 246: Dolphins select Jaylinn Hawkins, S, California

Hawkins is a physical and tough safety who never gives up on a play.

No. 247: Giants select Trey Adams, OT, Washington

Tenacious and physical, Adams should be able to secure a spot on an NFL roster before the draft comes to an end.

No. 248: Texans select Trajan Bandy, CB, Miami

Bandy has smooth and quick footwork; he should provide solid depth in Miami.

No. 249: Vikings select Levonta Taylor, CB, Florida State

Tough and talented, Taylor will add depth in Minnesota.

No. 250: Texans select Jalen Elliott, S, Notre Dame

Elliott is a talented tackler with impressive physicality.

No. 251: Dolphins select Mitchell Wilcox, TE, South Florida

Production is the name of the game for this reliable South Florida tight end.

No. 252: Broncos select Cole McDonald, QB, Hawaii

This physical signal-caller will fight for a backup role behind sophomore Drew Lock in 2020.

No. 253: Vikings select Bryce Perkins, QB, Virginia

With good size and athletic ability, Perkins will battle to be Kirk Cousins‘s backup.

No. 254: Broncos select Danny Pinter, OT, Ball State

Athletic and skilled, Pinter has grown as a blocker over the years.

No. 255: Giants select Shea Patterson, QB, Michigan

Mr. Irrelevant is Michigan’s athletic and mobile signal-caller.

Andersen is a teenage sportswriter and reporter whose articles have appeared across the Prime Time Sports Talk, Sports Illustrated Kids, FantasyPros, and SB Nation platforms. He has also received credit from RotoWorld, CBS Sports, ESPN, Bleacher Report, USA Today, Yahoo Sports, The Athletic, SB Nation, NBC Sports, NY Post, and dozens of other sports sites for his reporting work.

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